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Brambleton Growing Families. Building Community. Connecting Life.

December 2012

Community Association BCA Staff Changes Snow Plowing

Upcoming Events Holiday Open House Santa Holiday Coalition Tour


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A LOOK AT THIS MONTH

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Preview all the meetings and events taking place in the month of December.

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MESSAGE FROM THE GM

Changes are taking place due to the growth in Brambleton. Take a look at the BCA staffing chart.

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BCA staff looks forward to another successful year in 2013.

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SNOW REMOVAL

COVENANTS UPDATE Read about snow and ice removal on resident lots.

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The responsiblity of snow and ice management falls on several different parties.

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BCA STAFF CHANGES

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REASONS TO CELEBRATE Community Lifestyle Manager, Beth Huck has much to celebrate about this holiday season.

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A look at this month.....

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BCA Office Closed

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BCA Office Closed

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Covenants Design Guidelines Review Reminders: 12/11/12 - Public Comment Period closed.

Ringing in the Hope Walk/Run

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HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE This year's Holiday Open House is scheduled for December 8, 2012.

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NEWS FROM THE DEVELOPER

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COMMITTEES Looking to get involved? There are several committees looking for members.

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ROVING DINNER You are cordially invited to attend the community's first Roving Dinner.

BWHS MARCHING BAND The BWHS Marching Falcons are having a great year.

IMPORTANT INFO TO KNOW Refer to this page for important Association information.

CHEERS TO ANOTHER YEAR See who's celebrating a milestone this month.

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HOLIDAY DECOR Visit a number of local farms selling wreaths, Christmas trees and other holiday decor.

SANTA TOUR Check out the Santa Stops during the Santa Tour.

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Read about the most recent news from the Developer.

POND SAFETY Please use extra precaution around the water features in Brambleton this winter.

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12/14/12 - Final draft revisions forwarded to the Board with recommendations from the Covenants Committee.

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IMPORTANT NUMBERS

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A MESSAGE FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER

BCA Staff Looks Forward to Another Successful Year in 2013 I can’t believe how fast this year has passed and all that was accomplished in 2012. Brambleton had another record year for new home sales with more than 450 home closings in 2012. In addition to keeping up with the record sales, BCA staff has been busy much of the year developing a strategic plan for the Association, designing a new website, enhancing community lifestyles and improving overall operation and administrative procedures and efficiencies. In all, I see that 2012 has been a year of successful growth for the Association and community. I would like to thank and recognize Director and Vice President Steve Wright for his efforts and dedication to the community over the past three years during his term on the BCA Board. Steve has worked hard while on the Board to successfully manage the Association’s growth as the

community has grown over the past three years. Steve continually recognized and balanced residents’ desires and needs with the overall mission of the Association. He has also been very supportive of staff, for which I am very appreciative and thankful. It has been a true pleasure to work with Steve over the past several years. I would like to congratulate and welcome Directors Brian Viola and Tony Buffington to the BCA Board. Brian and Tony were elected to the Board at this past November’s Annual Meeting. They will both serve a three year term. I look forward to working with them on the continued success and management of the Association. The addition of Brian and Tony to the Board along with Director Tom Gurganous, completes the makeup of the Board with a total of seven directors, three of which are resident elected.

year and preparing for 2013. The 2013 budget and assessments have been passed. All BCA owners who do not participate in Armstrong’s Direct Debit program will receive 2013 Coupon Booklets within the first week of December. BCA owners using their personal banks or other financial institutions are reminded to change the amount paid to reflect the assessment change for their January payment. Lastly, I would like to wish every Brambleton resident a safe and wonderful holiday season.

Sincerely,

Rick Stone PCAM, LSM General Manager

BCA staff is busy closing out the 2012

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ASSOCIATION MAINTENANCE

Snow Removal in Brambleton Rick Stone, General Manager Are you ready for winter? Do you know who will be plowing your street this year? Do you know who is responsible for shoveling the sidewalks? The responsibility for snow and ice management falls on several different parties, depending upon the location and ownership of the property, stage of construction and other determining factors. Homeowners: Townhome and SingleFamily homeowners are responsible for shoveling snow on their driveway and the sidewalks on and adjacent to their property. This includes the VDOT sidewalk or common area sidewalk in front of your property. Once the sidewalk has been cleared of snow, the use of non-corrosive, environmentalfriendly material, such as sand, should be applied for traction purposes. Do not apply salt to concrete sidewalks and driveways aprons. The salt can damage the concrete or shorten the useful life of the concrete. Residents are responsible for damage to sidewalks as a result of salt applications. *Please Note: Brambleton residents can assist the snowplow operators by parking in driveways or designated parking spaces during snowstorms. This prac-

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tice will increase the amount of asphalt plowed, increase the efficiency of the operator and reduce possible damage that can occur to personal property.

a 4-digit number on the street name sign. Please address all concerns regarding the below streets to VDOT at 1-888-383-7623.

Brambleton Community Association: The Brambleton Community Association (BCA) is committed to prompt snow and ice management on the common areas and common drives in sections of the community that have been final paved and are no longer under construction. Please report all common area and common drive related concerns to Snow@Brambleton.org.

Residences and Residences II Condominiums: There are several organizations responsible for the snow removal throughout the Residences. Unit owners are responsible for clearing the driveways that serve their unit. The condominium associations are responsible for clearing all sidewalks serving each building (Concerns to: Tbaker@ Armstrong.net). The Developer is responsible for clearing and treating the common streets throughout the Residences. BCA is responsible for clearing hard surfaces around the Beacon Crest Pool and the trails and sidewalks along Ryan Road and Belmont Ridge Road. To simplify this, all concerns should be sent to Snow@Brambleton.org and will be addressed accordingly.

Developer: The Brambleton Group or Developer will perform snow and ice management on all future VDOT streets that have been constructed but not yet accepted by the state, and on all common drives that have not been final paved and accepted by BCA. Please report these concerns to Snow@Brambleton.org so they can be assessed and reported to the developer accordingly. VDOT: Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) will perform snow and ice management on public streets (those that have been topped with the final coat of asphalt and released from bond). These streets typically have

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Summerfield Condominiums: The Summerfield Condominium Association is responsible for clearing and treating all common hard surfaces on the property. Please forward all questions and related concerns to Joanne Mazzarella at 703-327-4818 or JMazzarella@cmc-management.com. ď Ž


ASSOCIATION BUSINESS

Association Staff Changes Rick Stone, General Manager The Association is going through some staffing changes to keep up with the growth of the community. •

Beth Huck has been promoted to the Community Lifestyle Manager. In this roll she will continue to serve as the primary events and programs planner/coordinator. She will also take on additional responsibilities related to facility and park management and coordination.

Sarah Conrad will be changing rolls from her current position as Community Services Coordinator to Covenants Administrator. In this position Sarah will provide administrative support and inspections for the Covenants Department. She will also serve as backup to the front desk.

Kelley Brown has been hired as to fill a newly created Events & Programming Administrator. Kelley will support Beth Huck with planning and implementation of community events and programs.

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RosemarieLinderCMCA, AMS

CovenantsManager ElizabethStulga

CovenantsAdvisor SarahConrad(30hrs)

CovenantsInspector JohnMulford(20hrs)

Communications Coordinator ChristineElansary (20hrs)

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COMMENTS ON COVENANTS

Snow and Ice Removal Reminders and Responsibilities Elizabeth Stulga, Covenants Manager heavy snow from driveways and sidewalks.

The Old Farmer’s Almanac says that the Washington DC area will see periods of snow beginning December 15, 2012 and continuing on through the winter with some heavy storms predicted.

Private driveways, entrances and sidewalks are the responsibility of the residential owner or occupant for snow removal.

Keep an eye on elderly neighbors and assist them whenever possible with snow removal from their sidewalks, driveways and walkways.

Help the local post man and clear snow from in front of group mailboxes.

Help fire and rescue personnel by removing snow from fire hydrants to allow easy access.

Park your cars in your driveways or garages and store trash cans in garage to allow easy street access

Visit the link http:/ww.servicemagic. com/ar ticle.show.snow-removal.8939.html for some snow shoveling tips to keep you free from injury. In addition, consider these tips: •

Take extra care when removing

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for snow removal vehicles. To reduce the problem of snow being plowed back into driveways, snow should be shoveled to the right of driveways or into yards rather than into the street. Ice can make for extremely dangerous conditions for pedestrians and drivers. Please treat icy areas on sidewalks and walkways with ice melting treatment to prevent falls. Remember that bridges freeze before roads so pay extra attention when approaching a bridge. Drive slow and in low gear if necessary. Watch for children playing or walking in streets. 


Holiday Schedule Reminders AAA Trash & Recycling Holiday Schedule: As the busy holiday season quickly approaches, AAA Trash & Recycling would like to remind Brambleton residents of the holiday collection schedule for the remaining part of 2012. Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25th and New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1st: There is no trash or recycling services on Christmas Day & New Year’s Day. Trash will be serviced on Friday, December 28th and Friday, January 4th. Christmas Tree Removal: Christmas Trees will be removed on your normal yard waste removal day for the first two weeks in January 2013. The dates will be Wednesday, January 2nd and Tuesday, January 8th. Trees in excess of 8 feet in length need to be cut in half in order to be removed by crews. After Friday, January 11th, trees will be removed with the trash.

Remove tree stakes from your Brambleton Community Association Holiday Schedule: The Association Office will be closed on Monday, December 24th and trees Tuesday, one December 25th in growing observance of the Christmas holiday. Residents with urgent needs or requests please call Armstrong season Management at 703-385-1133. The office will re-open Wednesday, December 26th atafter 9:00 a.m.they are installed. Loudoun County Public School Holiday Schedule: Loudoun County Public Schools will be closed December 24th – January 1st. School will resume on Wednesday, January 2nd.

Enrolling Preschool through First Grade

Joyful f l Learning Early Childhood Specialists

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EVENTS AND PROGRAMMING

‘Tis the Season: Reasons to Celebrate Beth Huck, Community Lifestyles Manager I love this time of year! So much to be thankful for, and so much to celebrate! It’s a time to come together with friends, families, and coworkers to eat, drink, and be merry…. regardless of what you are celebrating! We are ending a year that for all intents and purposes was a success and perhaps for no other reason than we simply survived! Let’s celebrate! Here are a few reasons I am celebrating this year!

#1 – I’m celebrating the addition of a new staff member to the Lifestyles Department. Help me in welcoming Kelley Brown, our new Events and Programming Administrator. She will be assisting in the day to day details of our events and programs, as well as providing some additional back up to the front desk area on occasion. She will be starting on December 3rd, and comes to us with great experi-

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ence from her time working with the Events team at the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, as well as, various volunteer jobs she has held over the years. We are excited to add her to our already awesome staff!

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– I’m celebrating growing in my role here at BCA. If you didn’t notice, my title has changed, from Events and Programming Coordinator, to Community Lifestyles Manager. I argued for my title to be Director of Fun, but didn’t think the Board would buy into that one, so Community Lifestyles Manager will do just fine. My new expanded role will include taking on a more active role in the management of the all things parks and recreation, and management of our community facilities. I will still be as involved as ever in the planning and execution of our many community events and programs.

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– I’m celebrating the completion of a great year that unfortunately started out pretty rough, because of some health issues, that I will spare you the lengthy details. Our events have continued to grow, and for the most part, the weather was great so we only had to reschedule a few things. The Activities Committee and I continue to come up with new ideas on how to make our current schedule of events even better! I am so thankful for this committee of dedicated and hardworking ladies (we welcome men to join us anytime!) as well as the many hardworking volunteers! So whatever your reason for celebrating this year, I hope this holiday season brings many wonderful new memories and a blessed time with your family and friends! Celebrate responsibly and stay safe. 


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Tree and Menorah lighting at 5:15pm Email beth.huck@brambleton.org for more info.

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Wintertime Pond Safety Sarah Conrad, Community Services Coordinator Brambleton has numerous ponds and water features throughout the community. While they bring a certain charm and beauty to the community, they come with safety risks. As temperatures start to drop, the Association asks all parents to review these safety concerns that are related to open water features with their children. Neighborhood ponds are aesthetically pleasing but contain hazardous conditions if basic safety practices are not followed. Please educate your children on these hazards and observe the following safety practices when near a neighborhood pond or other body of water during the winter: •

Frozen ponds should never be used for recreational purposes. Do not skate, play, ride, or step foot on a frozen pond. If you observe someone on one of

Brambleton’s frozen ponds, please take the initiative and remind them of the hazards and prohibited use of the pond. Immediate action is necessary to prevent a hazard from becoming a tragedy. •

If the individual(s) remain on the frozen pond, please report the incident to the proper authorities depending upon the day and time. Brambleton Management Office during business hours (M-F, 9am5pm) or Loudoun County Sheriff ’s Office after business hours, on weekends and on holidays (703777-1021).

If a person, a pet, or personal item accidentally falls through the ice DO NOT FOLLOW!! You could become a victim too.

If someone does fall through and you are alone, instruct the victim to

KEEP CALM while you CALL 9-11 immediately. Hypothermia can start immediately and can cause exhaustion or unconsciousness in only a few minutes. •

It is important to let the rescue crew know the victim's age, circumstances of the incident, time it occurred, and where the victim was last seen. This information will help the rescuers assess the type of rescue needed.

If you are with other people make sure that someone stays on the shore next to the victim while another CALLS 9-1-1. Try to keep an ongoing conversation with the victim in order to keep them calm and to aid in the rescue.

Of course the best safety message is to STAY AWAY FROM FROZEN PONDS.

Brambleton Board of Directors and Association Staff Wishes you and your family a wonderful Holiday Season and prosperous New Year!

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Brambleton Winter Chess Camp When: December 26th – December 28th, 9am-4pm Where: Brambleton Community Center, 42645 Regal Wood Drive, Brambleton, VA 20148 Cost: $180 for full day, $105 for morning only (9am-12pm), $105 for afternoon only (1pm-4pm) What: Spend a week playing and learning about chess from the Silver Knights chess coaches! Our coaches are highly-rated professional chess instructors. We have taught tens of thousands of children, including the 2008 national champions for first and second grade and the 2009 national kindergarten champion. Campers are broken up into groups by skill level, so we accept anyone from total beginners up through experienced and highly-rated tournament players. Each camper receives a T-shirt and a tournament-style chess set. Activities include learning openings, tactics, endgames, studying master games, playing games against fellow students, and analyzing the students’ games. Campers will take periodic breaks for snacks and fresh air, and full-day campers have lunch and recess from 12:00 – 1:00.

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News from the Developer Meet our newest Hometown Heroes

Food Network, and a small presence on the Xfinity online site that runs through Comcast. How many of your neighbors can you spot? Thank You for Making Small Business Saturday a Huge Success!

Brambleton residents who selflessly volunteer their time with the Arcola Fire Department. We sincerely thank you for keeping our family, friends and neighbors safe! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFzi9Wm8wc0 Brambleton Town Center Commercial Have you seen the Brambleton Town Center commercial? Check it out on Brambleton’s YouTube channel, and be on the lookout for it airing on CNN, USA, Fox News, A&E, OWN, CNBC, MSNBC, Bravo, Hallmark,

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The Brambleton Town Center Associates would like to thank everyone who supported the local Brambleton businesses on Small Business Saturday on November 24th. “Once again Small Business Saturday exceeded all of our expectations for the second year in a row. Last year, we had a tremendous rally of support, but this year our business increased by 20% on this one symbolic day. We saw lots of familiar faces, loyal customers, friends, neighbors, fellow small business owners, as well as dozens of shoppers who were just discovering us for the first time. As the creator of Go Bananas, I am overwhelmed with the kind words people had to

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say about our store, our products, our staff and our services. I want to be sure our community knows how appreciative my family and I are for their support, not only on Small Business Saturday, but throughout the year. It is because of their year long support that we are able to turn our open sign every morning.” says Mary, Owner at Go Bananas Toy Store. “Saturday was great, we had about a 20% increase over the previous year!” commented Kim, Owner at Misguided Angels. Continue to find BTC tenant deals on the Facebook Town Center tab (www.facebook. com/brambletonview). Dog Calendars Now Available Brambleton announced the release of their first ever Brambleton dog calendar, “Pawsitively Brambleton,” available now at the Builder Showcase and Welcome Center. Brambleton will accept donations to Friends


any special offers from the Brambleton Town Center tenants, be sure to find them here under the Brambleton Town Center tab!

of Homeless Animals (FOHA) in exchange for the 2013 calendar. Read more here: http://ht.ly/fCrzU Enter to Win a $1,000 Holiday Shopping Spree The Brambleton Town Center’s $1,000 Holiday Shopping Spree Drawing runs through December 6th. Enter to win a $ 1,000 shopping spree for yourself and a $1,000 matching donation to a local school of your choice at any Brambleton Town Center retailer. No purchase necessary to win.

Bicycle Outfitters is now OPEN!

Go Bananas has launched our "Pennies From Heaven" community outreach for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Look around your house, your car, anywhere loose change might be hiding and bring it into Go Bananas. We'll be collecting loose change through Christmas Eve. Then, all the money will be donated to the American Red Cross. We hope you'll join us in the spirit of this very easy outreach for those who truly need our help this holiday season.

The Spirit of Giving Bike Giveaway

Brambleton announced the Spirit of Giving and Model Home Bike Giveaway Sweepstakes. Brambleton Town Center’s newest tenant, Bicycle Outfitters, has teamed up with Brambleton to give away 19 bikes from November 13 through December 20, 2012, seven of which will be given away in Brambleton’s builder model homes and the remainder through weekly contests. Read more here on their blog: http://ht.ly/fcit4 and be sure to follow Brambleton on Facebook here www.facebook.com/ brambletonview.

Nick's Corner Grill...a taste of the Mediterranean is excited to feature these upcoming weekly specials: Mondays: Buy 1 Gyro Entree, Receive 50% off second Gyro Entrée; Tuesdays: Kids Eat Free Per Adult Entree Purchase; Wednesdays: Half Off Select Wines with purchase of 2 Entrees; Thursdays: Coming soon! Live Acoustic Music 9:00 p.m. – Close; Fridays: D.J. Xenia 9:30 p.m. – Close; Saturdays: Beginning November 17, live Bellydancing Shows at 8:00 p.m. & 10:00 p.m.; and Sundays: Happy Hour at bar all day until 9:00 p.m.

Town Center Tenant Anniversaries 12/1 - Scotto’s Rigatoni Grill opened in 2006

in 2009 12/18 – The Next Step Fine Footwear opened in 2007 Builder Buzz – http://www.brambleton.com/your-home/modelhomes

Grand Opening of Van Metre’s brand new series, the “North Star Collection” took place Saturday, December 1st – stop by their Ponds model and find out more from Jerry or call 703.764.5478.

Pulte’s Grand Villa and Winchester’s brand new Townhome models are anticipating opening this winter in the Emerald Ridge neighborhood.

Look for Brambleton’s brand new ad in the January/February issue of New Homes Guide.

Why Brambleton? http://ht.ly/fchkn New Home Information Packet – http://ht.ly/ccg85 Model Home Map: http://ht.ly/fcbVE SAVE THE DATE

Town Center Tidbits – www.brambleton.com/towncenter

12/1 – La Cucina Italiano opened in 2011

Holiday Shopping Spree – November/December

12/1 – Sweet Frog opened in 2011

Spirit of Giving Bike Giveaway Sweepstakes – November/December

Facebook Specials Tab is LIVE on www.facebook.com/brambletonview. If you are looking for

12/7 – Insight Eye Optique opened

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December 8th - Holiday Open House & Holiday Carriage Rides December 31st – Ringing in Hope NYE Charity Run/Walk 2012 Calendar: http://ht.ly/fcbXx or www.brambleton.com Falcons Halt Raider Attack, Win 45-0 to Cap Perfect Regular Season The Briar Woods High School football team wrapped up its third straight Dulles District football title and the school’s first ever 10-0 regular season with a dominating 45-0 win at Loudoun County Nov. 2 in Leesburg. Loudoun Times Article: http://ht.ly/ f2rT2 A Quick Peak at Future Metrorail Cars

A preview of new railcars for Metro and the new Silver Line shows the next generation of railcars. Metro in

early October displayed a new fullscale mock up of cars it has ordered as part of the largest investment in Metro’s fleet in the system’s history. The Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project has ordered 80 of these cars. Read more in their October Newsletter: http://ht.ly/fcfFS or go to www.dullesmetro.com for more information.

'Tis the season for giving and there is no better gift to give than a healthy smile. Unfortunately, the holidays tend to be a time when people consume greater amounts of sugary treats and drinks as well as become distracted from their dental care. Dr. Haress Rahim, director of Brambleton's Bloo Dental, offers the following tips to help ensure that your teeth will be with you for those future holidays. 1. When traveling to a friend or family member's home for a holiday meal, party or overnight visit, don't forget to pack a spare toothbrush, toothpaste and floss.

non-alcohol drinks to a minimum. Not only can excessive sweet drinks cause weight gain but they can also result in tooth decay. Having a glass of water between sweet drinks is a simple way to control your intake. 3. Candy canes and other hard candies are in abundance during the holiday season; unfortunately, hard candy (and your great aunt's fruit cake) can damage teeth when chewed and has a tendency to get stuck between your teeth where it can feed on bacteria. Be extra careful when eating hard candy and remember to brush and floss afterwards. 4. Make dental care part of your holiday gift giving. Festive toothbrushes make great stocking stuffers for the kids and help encourage good dental hygiene. Dr. Rahim also suggests jump-starting the new year by getting your annual exam and cleaning on the calendar now. More information about Bloo Dental is available by calling 703-327-5533 or visiting www.bloo-dental.com. 

2. Keep the sweet cocktails and

In preparation for the next snow storm, please park your car in the garage or driveway so that crews can plow the streets efficiently.

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LOUDOUN LIVING

Trees, Wreaths, and other Holiday Décor Beth Huck, Community Lifestyles Manager Do you want to receive a nomination for a BRAMMY this year for Best Holiday Spirit, or just want your home to look its best this Holiday Season? We have done some investigating on the best places to buy fresh trees, greenery, wreaths, and other holiday décor.

Day Star Farm

2012 Holiday Floral Products

Joe's Trees

Abernethy & Spencer Greenhouses

Loudoun Nursery - Bellwether Tree Farm

Crooked Run Orchard

Lowelands Farm

Layng's Flower Farm

Middleburg Christmas Tree Farm

Monroe Technology Center

Check out these local Loudoun holiday hotspots!

Milltown Creek Tree Farm

Holiday Lights

Pruitt's Little Farm

2012 Holiday Tree Farms

Snickers Gap Tree Farm

Badlands

Stonehaven Farm

Blue Ridge Tree and Berry Farm

Tannenhof Tree Company

Buttonwood Farm

Ticonderoga Farm

Need some help hanging Holiday lights? Here is a link of a company that offers services to hang lights for you! Many landscaping companies offer services to hang Christmas lights also. www.wehangchristmaslights.com 

Country Loving Christmas Trees

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MILESTONES

Cheers to Another Year! Birthdays, Anniversaries, and Special Deliveries are celebrated often here in Brambleton. Let someone know that you are thinking of them. Please send all submissions to communications@brambleton.org by the 20th of each month.

December 1 - Happy 2nd Birthday to the love of our lives! Love Mommy, Daddy, Ryan, Noah and Maya December 3 - Happy 9th Birthday to Ryan Marlovits.

December 2 - Happy 4th Birthday Luke! You are a great dog and you keep us all smiling. Enjoy your birthday steak.

5! Their third brother is due any day now. - Kelly and Tom Peter

To the greatest Daddy and Husband, Jeff Armstrong Have a very Happy Birthday. We hope you have a special year and we love you so so so much. Hugga Buggas. - Madelyn & Ethan Armstrong, Mama too... Happy Birthday to our December Girls! Presley

December 22 - Happy birthday to Mike Marlovits! December 4 - Happy Birthday Victor Mendes!!!

December 16 - Happy 8th birthday Jaime. Have tons of fun! We love you! - Dad, mom & Vanessa

December 2 - Happy Birthday Giulia! We love you SO MUCH! Mommy, Daddy and Tommy Happy 2nd Birthday to Christian on December 4 and Happy 18th Birthday to Benjamin on December

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SCHOOLS

Will Ghrist to Perform in U.S. Army All American Marching Band Briar Woods High School Music Boosters

of the elite band during an assembly on Wednesday, November 7th, in the Briar Woods High School auditorium. His entire family was in attendance. The award winning Falcon Regiment, his band family, performed the Briar Woods Alma Mater. Briar Woods High School senior trumpet player, Will Ghrist, was selected to play during halftime of the 2013 U.S. Army All-American Bowl at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The game and halftime show will be televised live on NBC at 1 p.m. EST on January 5, 2013. The U.S. Army Band recognizes the top 125 high school senior marching musicians and color guard members from across the country. Ghrist became an official member

Ghrist has been a dedicated musician since he started playing trumpet in the 6th grade. He was a member of the Stone Hill Concert and Jazz Bands. Will has been active in the Briar Woods Falcon Regiment Marching Band his entire high school career, as well as the Concert, Jazz Bands and playing marching cymbals in the Winter Drum Line. He was a member of the All District Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble and Orchestra. He has held numerous leadership positions in the band and is currently

Briar Woods’ Kenny Kuhn Selected to the VA All State Jazz Band Kenny Kuhn, a junior tenor saxophone player from Briar Woods High School, was selected to be a member of the Virginia All State Jazz Band. Kenny is one of only two saxophone players in Virginia to make the elite 23 member ensemble. Kenny will perform with this prestigious group at the VMEA Music Convention in November.

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Band Captain. Ghrist performed with the Jersey Surf Drum and Bugle Corps last summer. In addition to his impressive musical accomplishments, Ghrist maintains a 4.20 GPA at Briar Woods and volunteers at INOVA Loudoun Hospital. Band Director, Duane Minnick, described Will as, “an outstanding kid,” during the ceremony. Mr. Minnick said, “Will, you inspire me on a daily basis.” Minnick also mentioned that even when he was a student at Stone Hill Middle School, Will had the determination and serious look of a senior. Ghrist said during the ceremony, “BWHS Band has been a second family to me.” He also mentioned that his grandfather, who served in WWII, told him to keep doing what he loved, playing music. Ghrist hopes to attend Louisiana State University. 


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RESIDENT RESOURCES

Important Info to Know Brambleton Community Association 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210 Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 703-542-6263(p) 703-542-6266(f ) HOA@brambleton.org www.brambletonhoa.com Brambleton Community Center 42645 Regal Wood Drive Available for private rentals and community programming. Contact Beth Huck: beth.huck@brambleton.org After Hour Emergency Contact To report a concern after normal business hours, please call 703-385-1133.

awnings, and for smaller projects like changing the color of paint on your front door.  Submit completed applications to the management office at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210, Brambleton VA 20148, via fax to 703-542-6266 or to rosemarie.linder@brambleton.org.     As the Covenants Committee meets once per month, it is important to submit all of the required information with your application so as not to delay review of your project.  Need Mailbox Repair? Black Mailboxes - Call Main Street Mailboxes at 703-753-5521. Weathered Bronze Mailboxes - Call Dominion Electric Supply Company, Erin Schwartz, at 703-631-8100.

Board of Directors Meetings Board of Directors meetings are held at the BCA Management Offices, located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210. Upcoming Meetings

Trash Collection Trash: Tuesdays & Fridays Yard Debris: Tuesdays (March - Dec) Recycling: Fridays AAA: 703-818-8222

Tuesday, December 4, 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, February 5, 8:15 a.m.

BCA Drop Box

Assessment Mailing Address

A drop box is available after hours and is located outside of the Brambleton Community Association office building, located at 42395 Ryan Road.

Brambleton Community Association c/o Armstrong Managment P.O. Box 11983 Newark, NJ 07101-4983 Do You Need to Apply? Our office regularly receives applications for decks, patios and fences.  Please note that an application is also required for play equipment,

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Residents may drop off architectual applications, committee applications, etc. Assessments will not be accepted. NOVEC Please contact NOVEC at 1-888-3350500 for any street light outages. Be

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sure to give your street address and the pole number when making the call. Domionion Power Call 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-3664357) to report an outage. Neighborhood Watch If you see something suspicious or criminal, immediately call LCSO at (703) 777-1021 or 911 if it is a crime in progress. Subscribe to B_Alert@Brambleton to be linked to an active FB group focused and concerned about safety and security within Brambleton. Notary Service Available by Appointment Only please call 703-542-6263. Notary service is free to Brambleton residents for the first two documents, with a $2.00 fee per document thereafter. Non-residents will be charged $2.00 per document. Photo ID required. Witnessing on documents will not be provided by the Brambleton Community Association. Virginia notaries are not authorized to certify true copies of birth, death or marriage certificates. Only the Division of Vital Records/Statistics may perform such a certification. Follow Us on Facebook "LIKE" the Brambleton Community Association for the latest Association news.


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VOLUNTEER

Committees Activities Committee

Financial Advisory Committee

Technology Ad-hoc Committee

Co-Chairs: Amber Colatosti, Liz Jackson

Chair: Mark Davis

Chair: Paul Raven

Membership: Three seats open

Upcoming Meetings:

Upcoming Meetings:

Scheduled as necessary

Membership: Open Upcoming Meetings:

January 22, 7:30 p.m.

December 19, 7:30 p.m. January 16, 7:30 p.m.

Grounds & Facilities Committee Chair: Walter Berkey

Covenants Committee Chair: Mike Dorrity Upcoming Meetings:

Membership: One seat open Upcoming Meetings: January 15, 7:00 p.m.

December 10, 7:00 p.m. January 14, 7:00 p.m.

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* All Association Committee meetings are held at the BCA Management Offices, located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210. Location and date changes will be announced in the Friday Flash.

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Please contact HOA@brambleton.org or call 703-542-6263 for more information on joining a committee.


The Brambleton Activities Committee Cordially Invites You to a:

Roving Dinner February 9



What is this all about? You have probably heard of a traditional progressive or roving dinner where a different course is served in each home and the guests move together from one house to another. We are going to mix it up a bit... This year, we will do 3 rounds of hors d'oeuvres (tapas) with the menu & theme to be determined by each host and co-host. Each course is meant to be simple and will have between six and eight couples per home. You will not be with the same couples all evening so it is a great way to meet other people in Brambleton. Everyone will come together in the Community Center (on Regal Wood Drive) for the final dessert course. The tentative schedule for the evening is as follows: 6:00 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. ~ Course #1 ~ Tapas, round 1 7:00 p.m. to 7:50 p.m. ~ Course #2 ~ Tapas, round 2 8:00 p.m. to 8:50 p.m. ~ Course #3 ~ Tapas, round 3 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. ~ Course #4 ~ Dessert

We need a firm commitment from all couples who wish to attend before beginning assignments, so line up your babysitters now! Sign up at: http://tinyurl.com/ctjpyfo or email kathyturley@aol.com with any questions. 

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COMMUNITY CONTACTS

Important Numbers Community Management Contacts Brambleton Community Management Office

703-542-6263 703-542-6266 (f )

Residences at Brambleton (AMS)

703-542-6263

Summerfield Condo (CMC)

703-327-4818 703-542-5845 (f )

Town Center Brambleton Welcome Center

703-542-2925

BCA Services Verizon - Activation/Account Changes/Billing/Disconnect (M - F, 8:00 a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8:00 p.m.)

800-501-1172

- Repair

888-553-1555

- Questions/Assistance w/ Verizon.com

888-669-9901

- Assistance w/ Suspension of Service

888-338-9333

RecycleBank

888-727-2978

AAA Recycling & Trash Removal

703-818-8222

Utility Contacts Dominion Electric - North of Ryan Road

888-667-3000

NOVEC - South of Ryan Road

888-335-0500

Miss Utility

800-552-7001

Washington Gas

703-750-1000

Water/Sewer: Loudoun Water

571-291-7880

County Contacts

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Emergency: Fire/Rescue/Police

911

Animal Care & Control

703-777-0406 540-882-3984 (f )

Building Permits

703-777-0220

Post Office, Ashburn - 44715 Prentice Drive

703-406-6291

Sheriff : Non-Emergency

703-777-1021

Sheriff : Traffic Hotline

703-771-5798

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We want to hear from you! Interested in submitting a community article for consideration? Please send an email to communications@brambleton.org for more information.

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